It’s safe to say the Beatles were popular. After all, the beat-up front door from the childhood home of Sir Paul McCartney was sold at auction on yesterday in the United Kingdom. The winning bid? £5,060 (around $7800).

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It seems like a fair price for the door of the Liverpool home where McCartney wrote some of the most famous Beatles songs, like “Love Me Do,” “I Saw Her Standing There” and “When I’m Sixty-Four.” But if you don’t have that kind of extra dough (or space for a full-size door in your home!), you can still own an authentic piece of the Beatles history.

For $30 (and free shipping!), you can snag a genuine brick from the Cavern Club where the Fab Four got their start!

Cavern Club Brick

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This is an actual, authentic brick from The Cavern – the club that made The Beatles famous! The Cavern is located in Liverpool, England and The Beatles first performed there on February 9, 1961. The club was rebuilt in 1984 using the bricks from the original Cavern.

When the club was renovated in February 1993, only 291 bricks were removed to be made available to fans – this is from one of those 291 bricks.

It comes in a protective sleeve inside a black presentation box embossed with the Cavern’s logo (and with a Certificate of Authenticity to ensure that you are getting the real thing).

Click the button above to grab one, or see all of the authentic Beatles items they’ve got for sale by clicking here: